The New Mexico Department Of Health
Public Health Division
The Family Health Bureau implements preventive services to reproductive age women, mothers, infants, children, adolescents/youth, including children and youth with special health care needs, and their families. The needs of these populations are assessed and data collected to use in policy decision making.
Family Planning Program
Staff Training - Reporting Abuse
The Reporting Abuse Training is #3 of the three trainings required of all clinical staff who have contact with Title X family planning clients in New Mexico within 30 days of hire.
The Reporting Abuse training CD was sent to each clinic site for staff use in January 2006.
All clinic staff must have a Certificate of Completion on file at their work site for audits.
You can take the training with the CD or you can click on the link below to view or to take the training, including the updated web links document and the Certificate of Completion.
Some links have changed on the Reporting Abuse Training. The following links are the updated ones:
- Laws and Definitions:
(Click on New Mexico Statutes, search for Child Abuse, etc…)
- Info for Reporting:
- Mandatory Reporting Facts:
Reporting Please print the guide before beginning the Reporting Abuse training. These instructions will explain how to download and complete the training.
Reporting Abuse Training (Please right click the link, and save the zip file at your local machine. Open the zip file, click Reporting Abuse.exe to start the training.)
Title X Family Planning Reporting Abuse 2006 Training
Funded by the New Mexico Department of Health, Public Health Division, Title X Family Planning Program and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services